Your September Love Horoscope, Revealed

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Fasten your seatbelts, lovebirds. September is eclipse season — a time when secrets are revealed and hidden desires are exposed. First up: a solar eclipse in virtuous Virgo on the 1st. This one arrives along with a new moon, so the stars focus in on beginnings, fresh starts, and sudden awakenings. Thanks to the surprising nature of said eclipse, you may feel a sudden surge of attraction for the nice, take-home-to-mama types (thanks, Virgo). Does an existing relationship need better structure and boundaries? This efficiency-oriented eclipse can help couples draw clearer outlines around their partnerships, too.

The second, lunar, eclipse arrives with the Pisces full moon on the 16th, bringing serious fantasy fulfillment. Surrender to your sultry, sentimental feelings because, well, you won't have much of a choice. Pisces can also be a master of illusion. If any shady business has been going down, this second eclipse will be sure to reveal it. Lovers, you've got some splainin' to do.

Aries

You're feeling uncharacteristically couple-y this September, Aries. But be warned of the lunar eclipse near the 16th. Though enchanting, the moonbeams could cloud your judgment — giving you temporary amnesia about, say, that monogamy pledge you made last month. On the flipside, single Aries can find love in the most basic of places — think the gym, the office, or even the local latte line — thanks to Venus' month-long tour through your relationship house. Until the 23rd, you'll be fine with keeping things somewhat open-ended. But after that, Venus moves into possessive Scorpio, and you’ll need your romantic status clearly spelled out. The sun will also be in Libra and your commitment house from the 22nd on, making labels a must.

Your ruling planet Mars pulses through Sagittarius and your expansive ninth house until the 27th. Use this time to keep your relationships fresh. Focus on shared adventures, travel, and horizon-broadening dates. And if you’re feeling stuck or bored, try not to blame your other half. Instead, take more time for personal hobbies and interests. Keeping a smart balance between "me" and "we" creates a healthy equilibrium.
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